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Lightheaded for weeks.Then migraine pain.Then fleeting weakness on left side.Now severe nausea.Have history of migraines but never nausea. Migraine?

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Dr. Jan Lei Iwata
Ophthalmology
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In brief: See your doctor soon

Your medical history is complex, and if you have intercranial hypertension, and lightheadedness and migraine too, and weakness on the left side and taking antihypertensives, you want to make sure you are not having possible pre-stroke conditions in evolution on top of all this vs.
migraine. So don't delay! Call your doctor now, and have this fully checked out. Need physical exam, labs, and workup.

In brief: See your doctor soon

Your medical history is complex, and if you have intercranial hypertension, and lightheadedness and migraine too, and weakness on the left side and taking antihypertensives, you want to make sure you are not having possible pre-stroke conditions in evolution on top of all this vs.
migraine. So don't delay! Call your doctor now, and have this fully checked out. Need physical exam, labs, and workup.
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